Renewable

Our Commitment & Investment

DDC is committed to assisting Australia to utilize our natural resources and produce effective energy that will reduce the negative impact on our environments and future.

DDC want to help build a better future for all. We are here for the long run and would like to live life with clean air produced from nature not oxygen tanks. The only way to ensure the future is cared for is to help build the infrastructure that utilises the gifts of nature, and produce environmentally friendly energy. DDC has a long standing commitment to the environment and planning for a sustainable future.

Our Areas of investment include; The construction of large scale Solar Farms, Development of Solar thermal power plants & Building of wind turbines.

 

Renewable Solution

The role of energy is central in our daily lives. We need it to power our homes, our hospitals, our schools, our retailers, our transport, our computers and everything that depends on them.

Reliable and affordable energy supplies are essential for our whole economy.

To avoid the escalating impacts of climate change, we need to urgently reduce carbon pollution and make the switch to clean forms of renewable energy like solar. By switching to renewables, we can protect our natural environment, achieve energy independence, grow the jobs of the future and help avoid the dangerous impacts of climate change.

Not only will we be reducing our carbon footprint, we’ll also support the development of the renewable energy industry, plus the creation of hundreds of thousands of clean energy jobs. 

Here in Australia we have access to an abundant amount of renewable energy from natural sources such as water, wind, and solar. Did you know our country has the highest solar radiation per square metre of any continent? The only areas of the globe which have similar expanses of solar radiation are the Sahara and Kalahari deserts in Africa!

As the global transition away from fossil fuels picks up pace, there has never been a better time for Australia to get on board through a DDC powered shift to a renewable energy future.

Why Renewable?

Globally, energy use accounts for around 2/3 of annual greenhouse gas emissions, with coal, oil and gas the biggest contributors.

Climate change is among the biggest environmental challenges facing the world today.

Communities here in Australia and around the world are being directly and indirectly impacted. Extreme weather events such as heat waves, floods, droughts and bushfires are projected to increase in frequency and intensity.

Australia is the highest greenhouse gas polluter, on a per capita basis, among the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. This is because most of our electricity is currently produced by coal-fired power stations, making coal the number one source of carbon pollution in our country.